Investing in Noosaville and Munna Point – Postcode Spotlight 4566

Noosaville Property Market is directed by the limited properties coming to market

By Karen Perry – Travel and Regions Expert.

Noosaville & Surrounds – Postcode 4566

With a population of around 9,500, Noosaville offers beautiful riverfront locations that are popular year-round as holiday and living destinations. With a great selection of restaurants, cafes and boutiques along Noosa River’s Gympie Terrace, Noosaville is loved by locals and tourists alike.

Tips from the Expert:  When people think Noosa, they think the headlands and it’s fab shopping district and beaches.  The time I’ve enjoyed most in the greater Noosa area is the time exploring nature off-road while friends enjoy the rather famous local golf course.  Noosaville is less wild than it once was but you’ll find a host of waterways and national park to explore.  The property market is, like the rest of the area, dictated by the limited number of properties that come up for sale. So if you spot one you like, you should jump on it.  The opportunity doesn’t come often!

First Nations of Noosaville

Noosaville is home to the Kabi Kabi people, the traditional custodians, whose land stretches 100km south and 150km north of Noosa. Visitors can plan day trips to the hinterland or southern beaches to explore what the area has to offer and to learn about Kabi Kabi sites, stories and events.

There’s the Tall Trees Art Festival in Cooran. Cooran is the Aboriginal word for tall tree; nearby Tewantin to see a 300-year-old burial tree in Tewantin Memorial Park; exquisite beaches from Sunshine Beach to Maroochydore and Caloundra, the southern-most tip of the Sunshine Coast. Inland, holiday makers can enjoy Montville and Maleny for breathtaking views of the mountains to the Coast.

With an airport only 20 minutes away, Noosaville is a dream location – to live and to invest in.

Noosaville & Munna Point Under the Spotlight

Noosaville has a humid, subtropical climate. Summers are hot, but not too hot. Expect storms and humid days. During the winter, it’s delightful; perfect for outdoor activities like camping and fishing.

Munna Point Beach is located at the point of the Noosa River and Weyba Creek. The beach is opposite the Noosa River Holiday Park, a premier camping, recreational and fishing point on the Noosa River foreshore and a community asset listed in the State Heritage Register for social and cultural value. There are very few days when you can’t camp or fish in Noosa.

There are several primary and high schools in the Noosa region; government, Catholic and from the independent sector. Noosaville State School, Montessori Noosa and St. Thomas Moore feed into St Teresa’s Catholic College, Noosa District High School, Noosa Christian College and Noosaville’s Good Shepherd Lutheran College.

Noosaville has an abundance of sporting facilities. The Noosa Aquatic Centre offers a 50m heated pool; there are multiple tennis courts at different clubs and locations; indoor and outdoor basketball courts; and the Noosa District Basketball Association has an excellent indoor facility. Golf, yoga, pilates, cycling – take your pick! Noosa epitomises health and wellbeing and is the home of the Noosa Triathlon – the world’s largest triathlon event – the Festival of Surfing and many more.

There is plenty of shopping with multiple shopping centres, boutiques and specialty shops.

Noosaville for investors

Anything that begins with ‘Noosa’ is bound to be a good investment and Noosaville has proven this. Located beside the ever-popular Noosa Heads, there’s been a steady increase in median property prices over the past five years with property in Noosaville experiencing a 37.61% capital gain.

Noosaville also delivered a stronger performance compared to other Australian suburbs in terms of appreciation of property value, with investors seeing the median home price rise to $1,610,000. In terms of rentals, real estate investors can earn a rental income of $910 per week.

Investing in Noosaville

Considering a sea change and moving to Noosaville would be life-changing. Prepare to accept a slower pace of life where water is at the centre of everything. In Noosa, you can wake up and paddle from your front door.

Swimming, kayaking, jet skis and paddle boarding are all popular pursuits along Noosaville’s two kilometres of grassy foreshore. With first-rate restaurants, cafes and boutiques alongside Noosa River, luxury and family holiday accommodation and river hire businesses are accessible to the main shopping and eating areas making Noosaville a favourite for many, and a repeat holiday destination.

Employment opportunities tend to be in the hospitality sector, accommodation and real estate industry. Noosaville also has a high percentage of professionals and managers living in this rather affluent suburb.

If you’re looking to connect with nature, Noosaville and surrounds will offer a rich and diverse environmental experience. With rivers, lakes, creeks, everglades, beaches, bays and hidden coves, the Noosa region is deserving of being a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.



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